Alex Clippinger’s Leaves from the Circle: Druids and Rangers for 5e is out now and I had the pleasure of writing some trinkets for it.
He generously agreed to let me share some of them with you, so without any further ado here’s a table of trinkets for rangers and druids.
- A fist-sized wooden carving of an anatomical heart, with arteries formed of thick black vines that always appear slick and wet. It is warm to the touch and seems to pulse in your hand.
- The pages of this small journal have been coated in clear wax to preserve them against the elements. It contains notes and illustrations about various common herbs, roots, and fungi, along with recipes and instructions on the best way to prepare them to be eaten.
- This crude idol is made from yellowed shards of bone bound together with ligaments and other sinew that have been preserved somehow. Did you make this, or take it from someone?
- This conch is pale pink and lined with veins of dark gold. When you hold it to your ear it whispers to you.
- This wide circle of velvet is stitched with symbols, numbers, and short phrases in geometric patterns. When not in use it folds up into a makeshift pouch that holds the bones and stones you cast onto it as part of your divinations.
- This sealed, hollow tube is made from light wood and painted with clouds and forks of lightning. It is filled with heavy iron balls that create a rolling sound like thunder when the tube is tilted.
- This strange insect is encased in amber. It has a long armored thorax with multiple legs, and appears to have a head at both ends. The amber has been sealed in a brass housing and hangs from a slim necklace.
- This long walking stick has been shaped from a length of bone. It is carved with intricate runes and has a curving onyx handle mounted on the top.
- This long wooden flute has been carved to resemble a rat’s tail. There is something deeply unsettling about the sounds it emits when played.
- This thick mask covers the lower half of the face. Its leathery material is made from chunks of flesh taken from numerous creatures, stitched together and tanned.
You can buy Leaves From The Circle here.
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